2021 Summer CAMP Online 
(Sorry, Camp Registration is closed as of June 1st, 2021)

Free Mentor Program - Accepting Students

Give Your Child An Enriching & Memorable Summer

Theme Based Summer Camp

June 1- August 20

Online Half a day Weekly Camps for Ages 4 to 14

Conducted by Certified and professional teachers

Typical camp day

 

Timings  - 9:00 am to 12:00 pm (Check-in, Assembly, Rotation Schedule)

1:00 - 2:30 Pm (Self Pace Learning & Projects)


Rotation Schedule

1. Hands-on Activities ( Including Arts, Crafts, Science, Technology, Engineering & Math )

2. Experiential Project-Based Learning

3. Yoga & Music 

4. Creative Writing

5. Public Speaking

6. Performance, Theatre & Drama

Registration fee  

$20.00 (One time non-refundable)

Camp Cost 

$165.00/ Week: Choose any two or more weeks

 $150.00/Week (Sibling or four weeks or more attendee discount)

 

                                                            General camp policies

  •  Come prepared for class with required class supplies 

  • Login in and log off on time. ( including assigned breaks and returning) .

  • Wear appropriate clothing to class. 

  • Encourage students to learn independently during class. 

  • Once your class session is complete, wait for the next session teacher to begin. 

  • Display student's First and Last Name. 

  • Ensure you are not hungry or tired during the class. 

  • During Class: 

    A. Mute your audio until your turn arrives and or prompted by the teacher. 

    B. Keep the video on at all times. If you need to turn off the video for some reason, notify your class teacher ahead of time or immediately while doing so. This is for the safety of the student and to minimize any class disruptions. 

   C. Ensure your device is charged properly and ready to use. Charge as needed during class or during the break, in order to avoid running out of charge while the sessions are on.

 

Planned activities may subject to change, keeping in mind the safety of students, inclement weather, and any unavoidable conditions. ​

                                                                      Cancellation policy

If a cancellation request is received 30-days or more before the 1st day of the camp, Samspra will provide a full tuition refund. For cancellation requests received 15 days prior to the 1st of the camp, Samspra will provide a partial tuition refund. Cancellation requests received less than 14 days prior to the camp will receive No refunds and Failure to make payment on the due date will cancel the participant’s registration. The registration fee is a one-time, non-refundable fee. 

 Agree to Samspra Waiver of Liability and school policies included with Summer Registration form.

     We prefer small groups, so secure your child spot today (6:1 or below student-teacher ratio)​​

June Theme: Passport to the World

Campers explore countries across the globe with the geography and culture activities for an Around the World-themed camp! The campers not only explore the world around them, but work hands-on:  Art, clothing, cooking, language intro, reading, calligraphy, learn music, dance, and instruments and celebrate festivals around the World. 

 

Week 1: June 1-4

Class 1 : Music and Yoga

 

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition, etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 2 : Recreating a Book 

 

Bring the greatest epics to life with our literacy adventure camp. This adventure takes you deep through ancient history, thousands of years back to the settings of the book, living the characters and experiencing the unreal. Students will solve problems and make meaningful connections between a wide array of subjects and connecting the moral values to real life. Supplies to be arranged by self. 

Class 3 : Craft around the World Camp

 

Students will learn age-appropriate Art projects around the world from Origami, Henna Arts, African masks, puzzle making, Legume Mosaic, paper quilling and much more.

Class 2 : Chain a story

Beginning ->   Middle ->   End

“Tell your tale and write on.” Every good story has a beginning, middle, and end. Learn how to structure a story and build on it. Children will learn how to create a plot, significance of each character and their blends in the story, adding suspense and drama, dramatization, voice modulations and finally narrate a story they create on their own.

Week 2: June 7 - 11 

Class 1 : Music and Yoga

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition, etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 3: Design and Make an outfit from around the world

 

Unleash your Creativity. Pick an outfit to work on from any part of the world, design, and make it.  In this camp, students will learn the basics of making an outfit - from measuring, cutting, and stitching/sewing. Students will be taught age-appropriate skills. 

Class 2: Poetry scavenger hunt

 

Dramatic poetry - Lyrical poetry - Narrative poetry

 

Poems are fun to write and a blast to read. Children will learn different types of poetry which will help them think more carefully about word choices and points focus to the sound and rhythm of a piece of writing. 

Introduction to poetry and its forms, Acrostic, Ballad, Limerick and display of children’s work will be done on the last day.

Week 3: June 14 - 18 

Class 1: Music and Yoga

 

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition, etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 2 : Comic strip script

 

Children get the chance to improve their dialogue skills and to work on their understanding of character development in this fun activity which combines writing with the use of a series of visual elements.The students with the help of photographs / pictures and strips of cards form their own action sequences. Whether it is the Egyptian mummies or superheroes, children learn different techniques to make comic strips with different elements in them.

Class 3: Arts and Painting Around the World

Do you want to own a museum-quality painting at your homemade by your child? Then this camp is perfect for you. Explore the vibrant texture and paintings.  Learn proper sketching techniques to modern acrylic art and canvas painting. Create and own your Master piece. 

Week 4: June 21 - 25 

Class 1 : Music and Yoga

 

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition, etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 2: What if challenge

 

It is always good to challenge yourself and go beyond what is readily available. Children learn to think, reason, and reflect upon different ideas. For example,“ What if your pet dog could talk?” 

Class 3: Cooking around the World

Students in this camp will explore a variety of food, cooking dishes inspired by popular food around the world.  

Students cook and dine!

July Theme: The best of Both Worlds

Bringing in the most unique camp experience.  When learning meets fun with hands-on STEAM, culture and more, the sky is the limit. Campers get the opportunity to go beyond their regular school learning and realize the true meaning of balanced learning.  We have tons of fun planned for our campers. Don’t miss our July or August camps.

Week 5: June 28 - July 2 

Class 1: Music and Yoga

 

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition, etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 2: Focus on details

 

The idea of this writing is to inspire students to come up with creative new ways to describe common objects. For example:- Students will be asked to describe a common object in one word —“basketball.” Next, students will need to use two words to describe the object—“orange basketball.” Then, students will use three words—“new orange basketball.” In this way, it continues until they have a shortlist of six or seven adjectives in front of the noun. Later they learn how to create a sentence using the description.  Once students get comfortable with describing objects, writing well becomes a part of their habit.

Class 3: Samspra Science Genie 

Give your camper a mind to work and fuel reasoning through exploration and experiments. If your camper thinks the science fair is fun, then check this double fun Science Genie camp where magic meets science.  

Week 6: July 6 - 9

Class 1: Music and Yoga

 

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition, etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 2: Young Journalists

Know more about what is happening in the world from the eyes of a reporter. It creates an urge in children to become alert about current affairs, how various issues are dealt with, encourages them to read more newspapers and news. It is a  practical way to apply their writing skills. Children will get a first-hand experience of becoming a reporter and learn the required techniques and skills.  

Class 3:  Hands-on Math

Using the concepts of math to create grade-appropriate projects. This class also ensures students refresh their math concepts and skills learned during school. 

 

Week 7: July 12 - 16 

Class 1: Music and Yoga

 

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition, etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 3: All About A Doctor 

 

Foster fun and healthy lives! Participate in a variety of activities surrounding healthy lifestyles and fun topics in medicine, including All about the Heart! Digesting digestion, First Aid, Is there a Surgeon in the House? Our camp activities include concepts of teamwork, critical thinking, empathy awareness, and personal responsibility. 

Older Students: Will be introduced to Ayurveda

Week 8: July 19 - 23 

Class 1 : Music and Yoga

 

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition, etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 2: The Voice of a Poet

Poems are fun to write and a blast to read. Children will learn different types of poetry which will help them think more carefully about word choices and points that focus on the sound and rhythm of a piece of writing. 

Introduction to poetry and its forms, sonnet, rhymed poetry,  Lyric poetry and display of children’s work will be done on the last day.

Class 3: Samspra Got Talent 

 

Bring out the inner performer in you when you take part in the greatest show at Camp! Whether you have serious talent or want to join us for the laughs and jokes, there is something for everyone. Choose your category and let’s see who is the winner of Samspra Got Talent camp is.  

Week 9 :  July 26 - 30 

Class 1: Music and Yoga

 

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition, etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 2: Let us cook up a story

Every good story has a beginning, middle and end. Learn how to structure a story and build on it. Children will learn how to create a plot, the significance of each character, and their blends in the story, adding suspense and drama, dramatization, voice modulations, and finally narrate a story they create on their own.

Class 3: Get crafty

Students will learn to make a variety of crafts during the week using simple materials. Get crafty!

August Theme: The best of Both Worlds

Bringing in the most unique camp experience.  When learning meets fun with hands-on STEAM, culture and more, the sky's the limit. Campers get the opportunity to go beyond their regular school learning and realize the true meaning of balanced learning.  We have tons of fun planned for our campers. Don’t miss our August camps.

Week 10: Aug 2 - 6 

Class1: Music and Yoga

 

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition, etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 2: Comic strip script

Children get the chance to improve their dialogue skills and to work on their understanding of character development in this fun activity which combines writing with the use of a series of visual elements. The students with the help of photographs/ pictures and strips of cards form their own action sequences. Children learn different techniques to make comic strips with different elements in them.

Class 3: Native Artist Camp

Inspire the artist and art appreciator in your child. Our theme ranging from studying nature and observing everyday life to breaking traditions and telling stories. Projects include: drawing, painting, sketching, molding sculptures, painting double-sided portraits, drawing objects by touch, and making a story inspired by a wide array of great art and artists. 

Week 11: Aug 9 - 13 

Class 1: Music and Yoga

 

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition,etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 2 : Theater and Drama Camp

Bring out the best in you and become a better actor and public speaker with this Theater and Drama camp. Campers will be given a theme to story write, create the setting, and play. Campers will have a chance to create items and sets needed for their play and present at the end of the week.  This camp is guaranteed to amaze the campers and want more. 

Class 3: Get crafty

Students will learn to make a variety of crafts during the week using simple materials. Get crafty!

Week 11: Aug 16 - 20 

Class 1 : Music and Yoga

 

Students will learn the basics of music and Meditation to develop Sruthi awareness, Swara recognition, etc.

What to expect:

> Simple songs

> Shloka chanting

> Bhajans

> Voice exercises

> Rhythm exercises

> Breathing techniques

> Basic Yoga Postures

> Meditation and Relaxation Methods 

> Weekly online performance opportunities.

Class 2: The Voice of a Poet

Poems are fun to write and a blast to read. Children will learn different types of poetry which will help them think more carefully about word choices and points that focus on the sound and rhythm of a piece of writing. 

Introduction to poetry and its forms, sonnet, rhymed poetry,  Lyric poetry, and display of children’s work will be done on the last day.

Class 3: Embracing Transformation

Students embrace the technological future and engage with technology to change and adapt. 

Learn apps, digital platforms and create a model Digital Business